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16 July 2014
End police racism: Early one morning in September 1985, police smashed their way into a family home with a sledgehammer and shot an innocent, unarmed mother in front of her children
19 March 2014
On Saturday 22 March, as part of the UN's International Anti-Racism Day, the TUC has coordinated marches in London, Cardiff and Glasgow
22 January 2014
On 18 January, around 150 people marched under the banner of Lincoln Against Racism and Fascism (LARF)
8 January 2014
Much of the right-wing media whipped up hostility and alarm in the run up to the 1 January end of restrictions on entry to Britain for people from Romania and Bulgaria
16 October 2013
Home Secretary Theresa May says the new Immigration Bill will stop 'health tourism', which is a major "drain" on the National Health Service, writes Naomi Byron.
4 September 2013
Twenty years ago, on Sunday 19 September 1993, 1,000 people gathered on Brick Lane in Tower Hamlets, east London, to stop the racist, far-right British National Party (BNP) from having its regular paper sale.
17 July 2013
It's the system that's guilty!: How many more Trayvons will be killed and how many more Zimmermans will walk free before something is done? The following is based on a leaflet and article by US supporters of the CWI and gives the background to the trial and its likely repercussions
9 July 2013
Youth against Racism in Europe supporters protested outside Scotland Yard today against the recent 'infiltration' scandal
12 June 2013
In the aftermath of the Woolwich killing, a minority has been involved in an increased number of racist attacks
6 June 2013
The daubing of "EDL" on one of the burnt walls indicates that the forces behind this are supporters of the far right
29 May 2013
The unprovoked and vicious killing of an unarmed soldier in Woolwich was an horrific event which must have been profoundly traumatic for the people who witnessed it, and, of course, an appalling tragedy for the victim, and the victim's family and friends
27 March 2013
The Con-Dem government grows more unpopular by the day. Endless austerity is combined with falling living standards, rising unemployment, and no prospect of a return to economic growth
28 March 2012
Thousands of people have taken part in 'Million Hoodie Marches' and vigils in the US, including in New York, Miami, Philadelphia and Los Angeles, to demand justice for 17 year old African American Trayvon Martin
15 February 2012
Luis Suarez's refusal to shake Patrice Evra's hand at the start of the of the recent Manchester United v Liverpool match has brought the issue of racism in football back into the headlines, writes Chris Newby.
30 November 2011
Sepp Blatter, the reactionary, out of touch head of FIFA (world football's governing body), recently told a CNN interviewer that there is no racism in football, writes Chris Newby.
21 September 2011
On Saturday 3 September, Youth Fight For Jobs participated in the counter-demonstration against the English Defence League's (EDL) plan to intimidate the community of Tower Hamlets, writes Matt Gordon, Bristol.
17 August 2011
David Starkey's comments on Newsnight on Friday 12 August exposed the racist attitude of the British establishment, writes Wayne Scott, Socialist Party Scotland.
20 July 2011
One year after the closure of Refugee Migrant Justice (RMJ) in June 2010, the other main UK provider of free legal advice and representation to asylum seekers and migrant workers has now also been shut down, writes Eric Segal, former RMJ Unite rep.
3 November 2010
Anti-racists and socialists don't shed any tears for Nick Griffin when the British National Party (BNP) leader is again called to court to defend his organisation's racist membership rules, writes Ross Saunders, Cardiff East Socialist Party.
6 October 2010
The far-right, racist British National Party (BNP) has retreated from its plans to set up a national propaganda HQ (media centre) in Stroud...
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